From rich, premium sakes to lighter and fragrant styles, there are many types of rice wine to choose from. Be sure to select the right variety of sake for sipping or cooking with so you can fully enjoy their unique flavors and aromas.
In Japan, there is an ingredient simply referred to as “sauce.” This sauce is used in many dishes in Japanese cuisine and is sometimes referred to as tonkatsu sauce — a thick brown sauce that accompanies breaded fish, pork or chicken cutlets.
Check out some great Japanese recipes for summer that are perfect for bringing to a picnic or packing in your bento box.
The traditions that surround Japanese food and dining culture have been fading as Western traditions become popular. However, from seating styles to classic cuisine, there are many ways to preserve this rich cultural history.
Umami Insider's guide to sushi etiquette introduces you to the ins and outs of sushi when dining at home and abroad. It includes tips and guidelines for calling ahead, seating, ordering, tipping, using chopsticks, eating, using condiments and more.
Umami Insider makes preparing sashimi at home simple. This guide explains what sushi- and sashimi-grade mean and teaches you how to select the freshest fish, prevent contamination and slice and plate your creation with finesse and confidence.
Perfect for a hot summer day. Refreshing cocktail for sake lovers.
Ramen doesn't have to be served hot! Try this cold ramen perfect for a hot summer!
Plating makes a huge difference when it comes to creating a restaurant-quality dish at your home.
American food meets Japanese food. Would you want to try this Japanese jumbo chicken wings?
Soy milk dressing is healthier than your regular Caesar salad dressing!
Bring your everyday mac and cheese to the next level with this recipe!